The test 
was failing at a point in time because the result returned was not
38.725735 -9.15021
but instead it had more decimals at the end, something like:
38.7257354 -9.150210

This bug was added such that the test is updated to prevent such situations 
from appearing in the future.
One suggestion for this test is to cast the results to xs:integer such that 
only the non-decimal part is checked.
What do you think?

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  geocode-from-address results change

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Bug description:
  Test case zorba_data-cleaning_module/data-cleaning/conversion/geocode-
  from-address.xq - the results have changed; apparently the geocode for
  Lisbon is a few feet away from where it was. I've marked this as an
  expected failure. Changing the expected results is easy enough, but
  I'd like a little idea of how likely changes like this are in the
  future - is there any way to change the test to make it more stable?

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